IfG in the news

20th January 2017
IfG Deputy Director Julian McCrae says dealing with impact of the ageing society will be a dominant domestic task for Whitehall over the next 15 years.
19th January 2017
Oliver Ilott writes in the Times daily Brexit briefing in reaction the PM's speech.
18th January 2017
Minister Ben Gummer says his department is removing extended ministerial offices. Piece quotes Nicola Hughes.
17th January 2017
Report says stronger challenge and wider consultation will lead to fewer 'omnishambles' Budgets.
17th January 2017
Coverage of the IfG, IFS and CIOT report on making tax policy better. 
16th January 2017
Guardian politics live blog covers the launch of the IfG, IFS & CIOT Better Budget report. 
16th January 2017
The New Statesman quotes from IfG briefing about the WTO and what it means for trade. 
16th January 2017
Times Leader covers latest IfG report saying the Treasury needs to open up its policy making to scrutiny and debate
16th January 2017
Philip Hammond should consult his Cabinet colleagues on future Budget plans to avoid policy reversals after set piece fiscal events, according to new IfG, IFS, CIOT report.
16th January 2017
Jill Rutter writes in this month's CSW that we need a fresh approach to budget policy-making in the U.K.
16th January 2017
Poorly scrutinised tax changes lead to confusion, errors and U-turns, according to the study by the IfG, IFS & CIOT.
16th January 2017
A report published today by the Institute for Government, IFS and Chartered Institute of Taxation says that such secrecy and the need for chancellors to “pull rabbits out of hats” had resulted in too many impractical measures in budgets. 
12th January 2017
The Huffington Post references the IfG's report Planning Brexit: silence is not a strategy.
12th January 2017
Coverage of our event with Rupert McNeil, the Government's Chief People Officer.
9th January 2017
Hamish Mcrae writes about the IfG's event with Andy Haldane, arguing that big data could transform economic forecasting. 
6th January 2017
The Bank of England's Chief Economist, Andy Haldane, says forecasters got it wrong when they predicted a sharp economic downturn in the event of a vote to leave the EU. 
6th January 2017
Coverage of the IfG's event with Andy Haldane, Chief Economist at the Bank of England. 
6th January 2017
Leading economists argue against comments made by Andy Haldane, Chief Economist at the Bank of England, that the profession is in crisis. 
6th January 2017
Andy Haldane, Bank of England Chief Economist, says that mistaken predictions over the 2008 financial crisis and the impact of the Brexit vote have made the public sceptical of economists.
6th January 2017
Coverage in the Financial Times of the IfG's event with Andy Haldane, the Bank of England's Chief Economist. 
6th January 2017
Coverage of the IfG's event with Andy Haldane, Chief Economist at the Bank of England. 
6th January 2017
Philip Aldrick discusses the accuracy of economic forecasters following comments made by the Bank of England's Chief Economist, Andy Haldane, at an IfG event. 
6th January 2017
The Bank of England's Chief Economist, Andy Haldane, says economic forcasters were mistaken over their Brexit predictions, while speaking at an event at the IfG.  
6th January 2017
Andy Haldane, Chief Economist at the Bank of England, admits that the Bank made mistakes in its initial Brexit forecasts but says economy will still experience a significant slowdown.
6th January 2017
Coverage of the IfG's event with Bank of England Chief Economist, Andy Haldane, who says that the economics profession was 'in crisis' following the 2008 financial crash and Brexit vote. 

Pages